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the principle nomenclature of biology.

Some Latin (Roman) numerals have moved into every day speech:

I = Aye, a term of assent

II = Aye aye, a naval term indicating willingness to comply

III = meaning "what's going on here?" or "I have stepped on something sharp in bare feet"

IV = a plant that grows on walls

V = a terrible TV SF series, a girl I sometimes go drinking with

VI = a Unix text editor